Joseph R. Pace from Sliema, MaltaExcellent website. Importantly, full of up to date News about our Order and the Grand Priory and Bailiwick of England & Wales.
I was there in Manchester in 2008 for the Election & Installation of our beloved G.M. Don Carlos; I followed him on his Pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela (2010)and Kevelaer (2012. On behalf of the Grand Priory of the Maltese Islands I send Greetings to your U.K. Jurisdiction.
David Elisha from RomfordFascinating history about Leprosy. I wonder if the order sponsors any academic / field programmes in the treatment of Leprosy or epidemiology today?
Kenneth Cross from LighthorneThank you for making the website so easy to use and to be able to understand the aims and workings of the Order. I look forward to meeting you on the Members' side of the site in the not too distant future.
May God bless your good work forever.
(Dr) Bernard JUBY from ARMAILLE, 49420 FranceIt is good to see the Order growing ever more widely with an excellent web-site, packed full of easily obtained information.
Sorry to see that the equally formidable skin disease (other than leprosy) - Malignant Melanoma - seems to have been dropped from one of the Good Causes to support!
Nigel Squire from ExeterThe website is an excellent resource to not only show the wider community what the Order does, but also to gain a better personal understanding of the splendid work and events being undertaken by other members. Many congratulations, and let's hope the friendships formed through this channel will help progress our work in many ways.
Dr. Thomas Katsaros from Athens GreeceExcellent work on web site construction, a medieval flourish, bringing colour into our extremely shadowed times. May the Lord of Heaven give you the courage to continue your duty to humanity.
Roger D'Elia from SloughEasy to read, easy to navigate, clear and concise. Who would need more?
Michael Ciavola from MaltaGREETINGS FROM MALTA
Chev. Michael Ciavola KCLJ,KMLJ,SCrLJ,SMLJ
Grand Priory of the Maltese Islands
Rev David Bennett from SwanseaAn Excellent Order, and site, really been a pleasure to read through the history and formation of site, and what it stands for. We all need to stand up and hold fast our Christian faith, and be PROUD of it's traditions.There seems to be a warmth and camaraderie amongst all. All Blessings and may the Order grow in membership as each day dawns forth. God Bless. David
Steve Nimmons from LondonThe website is an excellent resource to not only show the wider community what the Order does, but also to gain a better personal understanding of the splendid work and events being undertaken by other members. Many congratulations, and let's hope the friendships formed through this channel will help progress our work in many ways.
Steve Nimmons, Commandery of Aragon.
Terence Sloan from ExmouthAn excellent site. Well designed, informative and easy to follow. Congratulations to all concerned.
Garrett Cardwell from Ossett, West Yorkshire, EnglandWe are of course moving on where instant communication and rapid media contact is essential in a world made smaller by such incredible technology.
As the printer for the Newsletter over many years, indeed since its inception, I have realised that such a development is necessary, although a 'hard copy' is always useful to lay your hands on.
However, your website is extremely impressive and professionally produced and will prove to be a winner in reaching out to many more people, in and out of the Order, and I congratulate all those involved in its input and creation.
Jens-Christian Pokolm from European Grand PrioryCongratulations to all those involved in creating this wonderful presentation of England and Wales - giving everybody a single point of information about the Order's great charitable work.
Thomas Piontek from Friesenheim (Hereditary Commandery of Wallendorf)May I congratulate all involved in creating this informative, well presented web site. Outstanding work!
Peter Mortimer from IpswichMany thanks and congratulations - our
new website will be a valuable asset
in the development of the Order.
William Cox from Grand Priory of AmericaOutstanding site. We are proud of the wonderful works that you continue to perform in England and Wales. Our best wishes for your continued growth and success!
John Coope from NottinghamCongratulations to all involved in producing this superb website. A great start to 2010, and an important step in the future of our Order in the UK.
George Gardner from Bredon`s Hardwick,TewkesburyIn my considered opinion, this new Web Site for our Order is worthy of the highest compliments and 100% congratulations to the Web Master.
It is all that it sets out to be and MORE.
Visitors to the Web Site will be able to find out what they are sadly missing should they not be members of our caring, charitable Order.
Dr Johannes Muehllechner from GP of AUSTRIADear David, well done! Congratulations! See you on the 13th of March 2010 in London again. Best confraternal regards, Johannes.
John Eldridge from WorthingA very impressive site and easy to use. Another wonderful step forward together.
Glynn Jones from WokinghamAn excellent website and a professional design. I am sure it will just get better. At last we are together.
Leander (Lea) Difford from BodminJust what the Order needed: somewhere professionally managed and presented so that family and friends can find out just what we are doing. Well done.
Ronald Hughes from SandwichJust a great site. Well done to one and all.
Margaret Hopkinson-Woolley from Bembridge. IOW.Congratulations. At last we can be updated with news and events, etc. This will help our charitable work. It was a wonderful surprise to receive this notice today. A great start to 2010 - and we are all united now.
Tony Hilton from WiganCongratulations to all concerned on an attractive & informative website.
Richard Thomas from LondonSuperb Website! In terms of architecture, layout and content, the perfect front door for the Order of St Lazarus in the UK.
Congatulations to Chevaliers David Haywood, Gareth Vaughan et al.
Ian Evans from YorkExcellent website. A lot of hard work has definitely paid off. Here's to a rosier future for Lazarus in 2010 and beyond.
Atavis et Armis!
Peter Whitwell de Godrano from HuntingdonA great web site. Well presented, easy to navigate, a great way to keep everyone informed and up to date. Well done.
David Powell from WestminsterMany congratulations to all those involved in setting up this splendid website which will be so useful to all Members of the Order.
Simon McIlwaine from LondonA fantastic website! Well done!
Commandery of Aragon
Peter Salt from DerbyA truly informative and professional site that I am sure will flourish and grow as our Order moves forward with vigour.
Barry Uttley from CumbriaHow nice to see 'Malta' and 'Paris' coming together at last in England.
Chris Fallone from ManchesterA great web site. Well presented, easy to navigate, interesting and informative. Well done.
Paul Denby from BoltonAn excellent web site and and super way of keeping everyone in touch and up to date.